BOSTON (CBS) – Entering the season, a certain “T” word cast a heavy cloud over the Boston Celtics.
Many hoped the mission this season was to lose as many games and get the highest draft pick as possible. But “tanking” has never entered the Celtics minds, and despite an 8-12 record, they find themselves atop the lowly Atlantic Division on Thursday.
Celtics president Danny Ainge joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’sToucher & Rich on Thursday, and said with several of the favorites in the Eastern Conference currently battling the injury bug, Boston’s current lead in the division doesn’t mean much to him.
“I just feel like there are a lot of teams that have injuries and haven’t played as well as they’re capable of playing,” said Ainge. “I don’t think we’ve played as well as we can. We need to get more consistent, but I like a lot of things…
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